Yesterday, we reported upon four different statewide Virginia pollsters releasing numbers pertaining to the open 2017 Governor’s race. Now, one of those entities, the Princeton Survey Research Associates, International in partnership with the University of Mary Washington (9/5-12; 1,000 VA adults; 867 VA registered voters; 562 VA likely voters) made public their Senate results. If Prince William County Board chairman Corey Stewart (R) were to advance to the general election to face Sen. Tim Kaine (D), the former would trail the incumbent by a 54-39% clip. The Senator scores similarly against Reps. Scott Taylor (R-Virginia Beach) and Dave Brat (R-Glen Allen) but neither of them appear inclined to enter the statewide campaign.
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